There are many honorable ways to remember the terrible attacks at Pearl Harbor that took place on December 7, 1941. Unfortunately, employees at Murphy's Bleachers, a Wrigleyville bar located across the street from the centerfield bleacher entrance at the Chicago Cubs history ballpark, mindlessly elected to go the opposite direction on the 72nd anniversary of the tragic event.
Not the way to remember a tragedy. pic.twitter.com/JZk8kxFwYM
— Paul Sullivan (@PWSullivan) December 7, 2013
The Chicago Sun Times confirmed the validity of the tasteless sign on Saturday afternoon. Once Murphy's Bleachers realized the backlash they were receiving for the marquee, they quickly removed it and apologized directly to Paul Sullivan, who covers the Cubs for the Chicago Tribune.
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